olaf.meeuwissen at avasys.jp
Fri Dec 8 00:50:18 CET 2006
Gerald Murray <gmurray at cloudnet.com> writes:
> Quoting Alessandro Zummo <azummo-lists at towertech.it>:
>> I'm searching documentation for the epson ESC i command,
>> used in D1 and D7 scanners and implemented in the request_identity2
>> in the epson.c driver.
>>From earlier documentation on printer Epson JX80, it is a switch that
> controls buffer access:
> ESC i1 mode: acts on each character immediately as it is sent to buffer
> ESC i0 mode: does not act immediately on the character
These are from another ESC/* spec. Alessandro is asking for the ESC/I
specification's ESC i command.
> The above might not be true for a scanner, but I expect that it will be
> very similar, and the digit following the "i" will be significant.
The ESC i command doesn't take any parameters.
I have the (Japanese) spec right in front of me ... but can't say a
damned thing! Incredibly frustrating.
I know this doesn't help :-(
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